Category Archives: Ken Feltman

Is the United States of America in Decline?

Ken Feltman – The Third Punic War ended in 146 BCE when Roman legions led by Scipio completed a three-year siege by burning Carthage. Scipio did not celebrate. He was observed crying as he listened to the screams of the … Continue reading

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Trump’s Dangerous Metaphor: A Podcast with George Lakoff

By Ken Feltman In June, 2016, I spoke to a group of chief executives and other senior officers from 129 of the largest public companies in the U.S. and Canada. My assigned topic was “What Kind of President Would Each … Continue reading

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Joe Trippi: Weird Deaniac?

This morning, I Tweeted about Brexit and included @JoeTrippi because I got the Brexit article from Trippi’s Twitter timeline. Soon, I got a text message from a frenemy who said (spelling cleaned up): You are still an idiot! Why do you … Continue reading

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Surprise: Donald Trump wants to make up his own delegate-selection rules

by Ken Feltman Is Donald Trump being “cheated” –  as he claims – by the “unfair” rules of the Republican Party? Five Tweets posted late yesterday by Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight put it this way: Thing is, Trump has exploited oddities of … Continue reading

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A tale of two Virginias

By Ken Feltman House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.), widely assumed to be the next speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, was beaten in a primary yesterday. The media are claiming Cantor’s loss is a shocking, totally unexpected event. … Continue reading

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